Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
The solution requires you to enter the BIOS or the PC's interface to the Microsoft operating system. It is the text or logo that flashed, usually briefly, as the PC is booting. For example, Acer uses the F2 key to enter the BIOS. Try to look up your mfg. specific function key to enter the BIOS...sometimes is can be the esc or del key.
You will have at least one level of password protection. Choose wisely and be prepared to ask how to bypass the password...j/k.
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If you are talking about the password that is just ask when the comp starts....You can try this...
password prevents use of the computer until the password is entered. The
setup password prevents unauthorized changes to Computer Setup. To clear the
passwords, you must remove all power from the system board. If you do not know the
passwords, use the following procedure to clear the password:
1. Remove all battery packs.
2. Disconnect the AC power.
3. Remove the real-time clock battery.
4. Wait thirty minutes.
5. Reconnect the AC power. DO NOT INSTALL THE BATTERY!
6. Restart the computer. During Power-On Self Test (POST), a â 162 System Options
not setâ message appears.
7. Shut down the computer, then disconnect AC power again.
8. Replace the real-time clock battery.
9. Install the battery pack(s).
10. Reconnect the AC power.
11. Start the computer.
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